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Total capital investment expenditure on medical facilities as % of total health expenditure

Full name:
Total capital investment expenditure on medical facilities as % of total health expenditure
Export:
Unit:
%
Type of measure:
Population-weighted country group average, Proportion
Visualizations:
Data source:
European Health for All database
Data source notes:
The following abbreviations are used in the indicator titles:
•    SDR: age-standardized death rates (see HFA-DB user manual/Technical notes, page 13, for details)
•    FTE: full-time equivalent
•    PP: physical persons
•    PPP$: purchasing power parities expressed in US $, an internationally comparable scale reflecting the relative domestic purchasing powers of currencies.

Indicator notes:
Total capital investment expenditure on medical facilities as % of total health expenditure
Indicator code: E992741.T

The OECD definition is applied. It represents the sum of capital outlays earmarked for construction and renovation of medical facilities (hospitals, clinics, health centres etc.) and purchasing medical equipment and vehicles._
Country notes:
Albania
Ministry of Health. MOH, directorate for planning and financing.
Armenia
Data are not available.
Belgium
Source: Institute for National Accounts. Since 2003 these figures are not calculated in the
framework of the ?System of Health accounts?, due to possible overlap and double counting.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
National Health Account of B&H; http://www.who.int/nha/country/bih/en/ Ministry of Civil Affairs of
B&H, Health Insurance Fund of Federation of B&H; Health Insurance Fund of Republic of Srpska;
Department for Health of Brcko District
Cyprus
Gross capital formation has been considered for the public sector. Capital investments have been
considered for the private sector.
Czechia
Source: Ministry of Health. Calculation: IHIS CR.
Break in time series: Until 1999 data represents capital expenditure of the state and territorial
budgets.
Denmark
Source: OECD health database (www.stats.oecd.org).
Estonia
Source: up to 1997 State Statistical Office. From 1998 National Institute for Health Development.
The jump in data value in 1996 may be due to the financial allocations from the state?s budget for
starting construction of a new building in a central hospital and for reconstruction of a couple
smaller hospitals in 1996. In the year 2008 the jump in value is due to growth in investments aimed
at improving hospital network infrastructure.
Capital investment expenditure is not part of current health expenditure.
Finland
Data available only for public investments.
France
Data are not available.
Georgia
Source: Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia (MOLHSA)
Germany
Source: Federal Statistical Office, Health Expenditure Accounts.
http://www.gbe-bund.de
Greece
Data not available.
Hungary
Data not available.
Iceland
Data are not available.
Israel
Since 1995, is based on updated OECD definitions.
Source: National Accounts, Central Bureau of Statistics.
Italy
Source: Istat, National accounts. The OECD definition is applied.
Data for the period 1992-2012 have been estimated on the basis of the updated version of the
classification of economic activities (Ateco 2007, the national version of Nace Rev. 2) and of
products by activity (CPA 2008) and are consistent with the revised time series of national
accounts.
Lithuania
Source: LHIC, annual report data for 1994-1997. From 2004 onwards: Central Statistical Office.
HC.R.1 data according to OECD SHA methodology.
Luxembourg
Data are not available.
Malta
Includes Malta and Gozo. As from 2004: National Statistics Office estimate plus cost of geriatric
hospital (SVPR). 2008:
Source: NSO (data reviewed from 1999).
Montenegro
Data are not available.
Netherlands
Source: Statistics Netherlands, Health and Social Care Accounts.
Poland
Data are not available.
Portugal
Source of data: National Statistical Institute/OECD Coverage: National
Republic of Moldova
Starting from 2010 calculation of health financing indicators is based on the National Health
Accounts.
Romania
Source: National Institute of Statistics.
Serbia
It represents the sum of capital outlays earmarked for construction and renovation of medical
facilities (hospitals, clinics, health centres etc.) and purchasing medical equipment and vehicles.
Source of data: NHA data received from CHI (Chamber of Health Institutions) and HIF Health Insurance
Fund.
Slovakia
Data are not available.
Sweden
Data are not available.
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Source: Bulletin of Health Insurance Fund (HIF).
Turkey
Source of data: OECD.
Turkmenistan
Data are not available.
Ukraine
Total capital investment in medicine (building, capital renovation, equipment) from state and local
budgets as % of total health expenditure from state and local budgets.
Source: Ministry of Health, the Economy and Finance Department.
United Kingdom
Coverage: Data refers to England only. Data is for NHS expenditure only for both numerator and
denominator.
Deviation from the Definition: Data is for financial years i.e. data for 01-04-07 to 31-03-08 is
presented as 2007